Opportunity for new Graduates! Dreamtime Fellowship at Spike Island

Initiated with funding and support from established Bristol-based artist Luke Jerram, Spike Island can now offer a fellowship to a recent graduate artist living in Bristol. The selected artist should have graduated from a BA or MA Fine Art course from any institution within the last five years.

The successful applicant will have 24-hour access to their own studio space at Spike Island for a year, from September 2019 to August 2020. They will also be granted Spike Associates membership, which offers free access to regular talks, studio visits from artists, critics and curators, and peer-to-peer learning and support. The selected artist will also receive a bursary of £5,000 and three one-to-one mentoring sessions with Luke Jerram throughout the year.

This is a fantastic opportunity for self-led professional development and to launch your career as an artist.

Find out more and apply online:

www.spikeisland.org.uk/programme/projects-and-residencies/dreamtime-fellowship/

ABOUT LUKE JERRAM

Luke Jerram’s multidisciplinary practice involves the creation of sculptures, installations and live arts projects. Living in the Bristol but working internationally since 1997, Jerram has created a number of extraordinary art projects which have excited and inspired people around the globe.

With many of his artworks in permanent collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Wellcome Collection in London, he also tours his art installations to art festivals and museums worldwide. In 2018 alone, he had 73 exhibitions in 21 different countries.

Having had a studio at Spike Island for more than 10 years, he recently set up his own studio at Paintworks. Now an established artist, he’s keen to support the next generation of artists in Bristol.

Visit Luke Jerram’s website

ABOUT SPIKE ISLAND

Spike Island is a dynamic arts centre in Bristol that supports, produces and presents recent art and culture. We engage audiences in our work through a diverse programme of exhibitions and interdisciplinary events; and directly support local and international artists through major new commissions and a critically-engaged professional development network that widens access to our programme and facilities.

To support this mission, we offer bespoke production, fabrication and AV hire services, and provide subsidised studios and co-working spaces for an active community of artists, designers and artist-led organisations based in the South West of England. We are also home to a café, offer office spaces for creative businesses, and host the University of the West of England’s Fine Art programmes.

Our studios currently house over seventy artists at various stages in their careers, working across all media in shared and individual studios that are accessible 24/7. Many have excellent natural light and all artists have access to workshop and kitchen facilities. In addition to offering quiet places to work, Spike Island aims to facilitate a dynamic and creative environment of peer-to-peer support and collaboration.

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